- 2013-Jun-13, LinkedIn endorses Cat Herding, but not Bitcoin
- 2013-May-16, A brilliant way to recruit
- 2012-Nov-13, Starbucks.com has ZERO Facebook likes!
- 2011-Sep-27, The new delicious.com sucks
- 2010-Sep-20, Watching Vandenberg AFB rocket launches
- 2010-May-11, HTC's solution to stuck pixels on phone screens: clear the cache
- 2010-Apr-27, Google Earth View
- Wed, July 28 (!?)
On LinkedIn, you can be endorsed for all sort of... peculiar skills: Cat Herding, Snakes, or even "Fear of Public Speaking". But you can't be endorsed for Bitcoin. See what LinkedIn said when I brought this to their attention.
Podio shows us how you can recruit passionate users of your product, who are also web developers.
Yahoo! had a great product in delicious.com, but they didn't have the vision to keep it. Instead, they sold it to AVOS, who promptly fucked delicious up.
Ever watched a rocket launch? It's quite a sight. Find out where to watch Vandenberg AFB rocket launches in California.
The newly launched Google Earth View seems to bring Google Earth into the browser, and freeways underwater.
I expected better than a boilerplate reply from LinkedIn when I submitted a site bug report.
Leaving localization behind. A closed chapter in my professional life.
I'm over 21 and while I've never been drunk, I did taste alcohol; but I just had a truly adult drink tonight.
Supplementwarehouse.com needs an inspection - they blatantly advertise protein bars that expired in 2006.
Got this from a Russian friend: Ostankino TV tower in Moscow can't make up its mind whether it's open for visits or not.
These days, I've been posting a couple articles on Catalyzed.org, the Perl resurrection community blog:
Tax day! Did you know that the U.S. spends each year a few hundred billions just to prepare taxes?
You know you're a language nerd when... you can tell the Word of the day is wrong.
Remember when you got a new credit card and it had a little label saying "You MUST call from your home telephone to activate"? That may very well be bullshit. I just activated my MasterCard by calling from Skype, which doesn't even send out a caller ID.
When you have an overarching goal in life, you can evaluate all your major actions against it: "How does this action help my purpose in life?".
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